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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1.2 TTTK S.-iturdiiy. AiiK'usI 17, KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB King Bros. Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" DEVAINE3, Ju newest designs for Klmonas and from 45c per yard FLANELETTES for dressing sacks, etc., very lal- est llgarod designs, rrom .20c per yard LINEN TABLE DAMASK, bleached and iinblraiclied. very exclusive designs, from.........SOc yard FLANELLETTE BLANKETS, in white and eroy. special valuo 50 inches wide, per WOOL BLANKETS lu white and grojvgWd heavy weight and quality, per S3.50 LINEN CRASH TOWELLING, for hard wear, ideal for the ranch, lu IS and 20 Inches wide: Price nor 16c and 17JAC We now have our new fall and winter samples of .Sultlngi ,to hand. We should esteem It a great favour-If our customers would come and in- spect thesei We feel that we say'it is the best range in Western Canada. King Bros., Ltd. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Raymond PHone .7 lyl KL Kl KB K'B KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KB KBKBKBKBKBKB K Raymond District for .' on I nick HI id in sliible aCLel.h- bridgo Tuesihiy, of npxl wi-ek liil'dniuilion (lie liorsc'-iiidus'lry may be had from. -AlcD. Tail. Sc'Ci-elar'v-Board- ofTnicle! RAYMOND WILL MAKE BIG DISPLAY AT THE LETHBRIDGE FALL FAIR E- A. AMOS, Agent for Hen Gasoline Lights and Supplies Gome in and test the new light. We can install a complete in your home or business place. .An churches; Our quick seller. f Raymond, Alta. WORTH LOOKING INTO is our prices on high grade building lumber. -When you see the qimUty nnd get our estimate for your lumber supply you will 'find Lbat ii defies competition. Our lumber is thoroughly sea- 'spned and is cut from the choic- est the forests yield and we can supply you wiib, everything for hath outside and interior work from cellar Lo roof at prices bard to beat. EQUITY LUMBER, CO., RAYMOND, ALBERTA joing After the Prizes in Stock and of the Sugar Town Raymond. Aug. town in the province will be better represented al the Lethbridgu exhibition this year than Raymond. In the siabtes will -be he.ivy dni-ft horses of every breed. On ihe track there will be miming stock, and will iiuite probable [hut there be nvo entries at least in the draft class, and several hi the saddle sg. In ihe district display Ray- mond- will have a space S by 12 feel, carefully arranged, and giving a irue represenration of (he possibilities of the district in grain, vegetables and fruit raising. lu the refreshment de- partment of ihe fair the members ofi .Will Exhibit Horses Too Raymond is as usual 10 exhibit many horses at Letlibrldgi1 fair this year. II. will be remembered, perhaps, by some that at Raymond exhibition last itour Judge MuKercher, who judged horses til ihe fairs throughout' ihe province, snUl that Raymond hnd had the besi. exhibition of horses of any town in the province. These .horses may be seen at Leth- bridge exhibition ue.U week, bolh in the slables and oil the track. Mr. Raymond Knighi is io take some four- teen head. 01 which will be from his splendid bunch of thorough bred Suffolk Puu-ch stallions, mares and colts. The horses which 'Mr Knight bought last fejjring at the Cfll gaj-y horse show and [hose I'roru.Medi cine Hal; will also be on e.xliibition. Meeks. Bros, will exhibit their Clydes- lale stallions and several colts and mares. Bi'imhall '3-ros. have Raymond's second 'ward are to serve bimch of Shires, both stallions and tlie "food provided all mares, iin-d Mark H. Brlmball raised in the Raymond district.. This, saddle Horse and will also TheJtayjnond Office of The Herald "MOVED to 5 .H C and 7, IN BUILDING From thU office aJI our buiineas south of LeLhbridge is transacted Ud our Mr. Tait has authority to .ace for us. Lethbfidge Herald Printing Co. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR.J.S.WRAY 5 al RiTnont Open HDOH lit Stnat M. Diy NlfM BUSINESS CARDS DR. KIELLOR [Office 1st St. West and 1st St. South [E yinond Alberta DR. J. ELMER AMOS I DENTIST Ont of town mult nukt i I polntmecti by mill or Hours: Mornlngi AHcnooii PHONEM Eaymond Alberta ;FOR tent, 12x18. with "wooden rramc and board floor, for cheap. Also good iprlng'- m.'it- Apply to W. HcD. Tttlt, Ray- Alberta, WM. PARIS Practical Tinsmith Hot Air HMtlng, Tin -RoofIng. plufflb- Fitting StMm iH big MtiUr of Lrth- Write ui for Baymond RAYMOND'S CHURCHES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of LATTER DAY SAINTS BDNTJAT Sunday School 10 a.m. Serrlot, 2 p.m. 7 p.m.. JOHN F. ANDERSON, PRE3SYTERiAM CHURCH Her. W. Toorabi, PMtor, RirnionJ, Alia. Raymond 11 a.m. Btirllog 3 p. m. New DiiyLoD, 7.30 p.ui. itself, will be a" great boost for the liave same running stock on the track It. C.' Unrvie 'will have a ;4-year-old s'talliou. Mark'V. Croxall, who has nikeii Urn good "prizes for Belgians in past years, will not exhibit 'his Mr, Croxall 'does not keep his horses'Cor exhibit ion'purposes but for work horses farm, and "because they have done heavy work" during the spring and summer, they'are not In shape, to show; They, however, will be tlie Raymond fair noxt mouth. The Sugar Co. will also have stallions aud mares on 'In addition to these heavy grades of horses the following running 'horses 'will be put on the track1: by D. II. K'iis- gey; hy J. E. Ellison; "Ida C- IJ: Kinsey; "Herman Bi" owned by M. H. Brim- hall, and "Jack owned by C. H. Second Ward WilLSupply Meals The commit of .Raymond's sec- oud ward who have in'charge the ar- rangements for 'providing the meals at neki.Mv.eeli' -'are prepar- ing to feed 2500 "people. Mayor Ev- ans, Bishop of the second ward, U D. King, EL J. Hcnrold and a. number-of the waiters -iveiUjlo Lethbridge yes- terday and this niorning hot break- fast was served at; G o'clock. Tlie re- mainder of the food and dishes were sent. in.this morning, and everything be In readiness to handle a large crowd beginning Monday morning, and continuing for a, week. Something of the immensity of the undertaking may 'be seen in the fact that .this morning two mris- of dishes were shipped from Raymond to be used for the serving of meals, moat of these being given -gratis by the Raymond Mercantile Go. Ltd. The fair com-, rnittee have given the use of a large lli foot siove, tables, hot and cold water, and electric light. Different Committee! Responsible The work has been so planned that he committee Is responsible, and will lave to report for the supply of each of the different varieties of 'Q0d used and also for the division of help in its preparation and serving. A. E. Scovll Is chairman of the vegetable committee, and reports to the Herald tliat two tons of potatoea have al ready been contributed, and in addi tlon to these more than 1000 pounds of other vegetables. Jaa. Walker Is .in charge nf the committee, .and a general supply 4f srocerie3 Sugar Tow ii as the fact that, tlie ma- terial used is all Hnymoiirt products, will advertised. An effort is be- ing made on the part'of some to make "Wednesday, Raymond Day at the fair. This is the regular half holiday when Raymond business houses close at 1 An effort is being made ou the pare of some 10 endeavor to hav-e all the businesses closed throughout the whole oE the day In "order thatj Che Sugar may have a prope representation at ihis 'great fair. Raymond at Exhibition to Win Raymond Is beaten ihis year, i j will be 'because there is better grali and. vegetables in other districts.' These are the words of T. W. Harris Rayoiond's supervisor of public' worJis when a. Herald reporter approacbet him today with reference to .Ray- mond's .exhibit at. r.he Lethbridge: ex hibition. Mr. Harrib has been pointed by the Board of the Agricultural Society and the towii council to collect and place a display of grains, vegetables arid' Raymond 'products at tho--rnlr -which held at Lethbrldge next week. As' a. consequence of "this appointment "he has been driving through the country accompanied by his assistant, Ray Powell, and In two days they have to gather .what Mr. Harris -believes to be enough material for .-'an !exhibition (.which will this year take the prize 'which Raymond so nearly won From the Knight Sugar: Co.; the display will receive, among other things, timothy hay and bromei; -J. H. Wall co; intribu ted splendid sample of blue joint; Jos. Nllason gathered "a couple of bundles of. Marquis TVheat from his eight'or ten acres and also a sheaf of barl-ey; Arthur "Nlleson is putting in two row- ed-barley, six rowed timothy and blue joint. A good aemple of Al- wheat, while on the old Palmer farm California. Club wheat, or Silver Chaff was gathered for the ex-1 hibition.. On the Smith farm on the! Ridge south of town nice samples oI fall wheal and Tied Fife were gather- of the grain-for trimming purposes-was gathered on the farm of Roy'Skouson north of Raymond and both .Mr- Harris and MT. Powell gtatc that this is the .beat they have eVer seen in their travels. For the vege- table display the gardens of Arthur NilBaonr'MrB. Allreil, the T. ;W. Harris and Arthur Dahle will be visit- ed. The Japs are aJso to put in Red Clover. Mrs. Allred will contribute many kinds of vegetables, principally cabbage an-d. potatoes. From Mr. Har- rls[ garden there will be corn, two sla'lks'of which will he shown with eleven ears now fit for roasting. The exhibits will be taken to Lethbrldge on Monday and Mr. Harris and hla assistants all of Monday night and ljc necessary Lo discuss tho matter of financing the The provision has been, made hy Card- ston in n grant from the town council. This will probably be done at Ray-, mond, but it "will be a matter to lie decided altogether by this meeting nexi Raymond Made Pint CIns Office 0. W. Gibson, of Edmonton, trallic Inspector for the Alberta government telephones, and W. J. Ragan, of Leth- district trafllc chief, succeed- ing Mr. Ferguson, were in town on Thursday and Friday effecting some improvements in the interior, of' the telephone olllce and also 'in-the ser- vice. 'On July 1st the change from a commission office to a first class of- fice became, effected, and the depart- ment assumed- charge, engaging 'their own staff, and under this system they have a supervision, and conduct move- ment of their employees, and are In many cases able to give a bettor ser- vice than a commission office could poaaibly give. An Important announce nieiit was" made to thn Herald -and f Continued on page WE HAVE JUST LISTED SOME SNAPS IN THE CAlMJSTOiX DISTJUCT RANCH AND FAKM LAXDS AT S'AClilFICti PUTTIES Mixed farming In the only sunj inoluod and >ou will adopt II. Let us tulk matter we can unit you. If there Ii anything lu Mie Real ICatalc line you want we can supply i; at Ihe right price. We have to loan on Improiul farms. SECURITY.-INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED Riymond; Phone 6. GEO. H. BUDO, MANAGER Room 12, Hull Block, letl'bntlgc; Phone 7M O'Briey alder CtUtl General Merchants Dress Goods Reduced 30 Ginghams and Calicos Keduced 25 cent. Men's Ladies' Coats Reduced 20 Pc Other bargains too numerous to mention. Horses for sale. Phone 13 Raymond, Alia. .Andrew siiys. "The Vise wnge-ejiruer' of today'in- vests Ills real ealaic." Good Farm at Wilson Siding 440 acres, west 170 acres growing- barley. iRe- mninrier hns water, nnd good pasture, Price an'acre. Terms, 55.00 tall 191w, balance to suit purchaser. KAYMOM) ALBERTA BOARD OF TRADE THEATRE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22nd _Vt7 p-m. Executive will meet. .-At.8.3Q a general meeting discuss mat- ter of 'display at Dry Farming Congress." Stirling Realty Co. M..L. MILLER, MANAGER Stirling, Alta. The Junction Town Greatest snap ever offered'in Alberta; 1-2 section land, tliree miJes froin elevator, ore hundred and twenty-five acres in wheat; twenty acres oats; bouse, burn and well with good water. All fenced. per Half cash, balance easy. NEW DAYTON A SNAP FOR SOMEBODY! 800 acres, all Improved, some small and Jnto crop; crop gous land, and I will sell this for per acre, terms cash, hulancc crop payments, This 'excellent piece of land IB only S tulles from the city of I (JO acres, 2 1-2 miles from olovaloi' and the" junction of the Lelhbrirtge-Wcybnrn lino, 136 acres-ready to aow into wheat, all fenced, small house on lanrt- I will soil this for'lO.dnys for 126.00 per acre, per aero 'cash, balance crop payments( no crop, no hileroal 6 per cent.. for more partlr.ularfl. H will pay you. The Chas. T. Cousins Land Co. New Dayton, Alia. ;